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Ann Christine Tabaka

Father worked the rails. Free, passage was our rite. Hours rocking back and forth to the constant rhythm of the train. 2017 Pushcart Prize in Poetry nominee Ann Christine's poignant poetry draws from everyday life and childhood memories,  touching on threads that are both unique and hauntingly familiar.

 

MALLORY PEARSON

December brings the subtle and delicately wrought poems of our feature poet Mallory Pearson. "...my head becomes a wormhole for my thoughts to slip through and how my memories of you pass through me with little more than a shivering ripple." Join us in conversation about the poems and the process behind this treasure trove of words.

 
 
 
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REYNA N.A.

Our November poet has a way with words. From the surreal to the ethereal, reality bends and folds under her instruction. Alluvium completely rends the heart while Honey though brief, haunts you days after the reading. In addition to her wonderful poems, we had the opportunity to ask Reyna N.A. a few questions about her process.

 
 
 
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YVES OLADE

In our inaugural issue we traverse the harrowing yet ephemeral nature of emotion through Yves Olade and S.A. Khanum’s poetry. Their work grasps the nuances of human feeling, from the agonizing depths to the glorious heights of our nature. Olade and Khanum deftly weave tapestries with their words that leave the reader stunned and breathless. We hope you enjoy your journey through these works as much as we did. Karibu.

 
 
 
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S.A. KHANUM

In our inaugural issue we traverse the harrowing yet ephemeral nature of emotion through Yves Olade and S.A. Khanum’s poetry. Their work grasps the nuances of human feeling, from the agonizing depths to the glorious heights of our nature. Olade and Khanum deftly weave tapestries with their words that leave the reader stunned and breathless. We hope you enjoy your journey through these works as much as we did. Karibu.